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Petitioning House Education Committee and 19 others

TAKE ACTION for education reform that actually helps students


It’s time to support legislation that will actually improve education in Tennessee schools.

The Safe Schools bill (HB2641) will empower students to thrive academically by promoting an environment free of harassment. As amended, HB2641 will strengthen bullying prevention training and incident reporting and place the emphasis of schools back on educating students in a safe environment.

Another bill, HB229 (the “Don’t Say Gay” bill), provides no meaningful education reform, stigmatizes some students, and creates negative publicity for Tennessee.

Urge House lawmakers to vote on legislation they can be proud of. Petition the House Education Committee to vote for HB2641 and against HB229.

Letter to
House Education Committee
State Representative John DeBerry
State Representative Lois Deberry
and 17 others
State Representative Ron Lollar
State Representative Debra Moody
State Representative Joe Carr
State Representative John Ragan
State Representative John Forgety
State Representative Dennis Powers
State Representative John Windle
State Representative Dale Carr
State Representative Courtney Rogers
State Representative Harry Brooks
State Representative Barry Doss
State Representative Kevin Brooks
State Representative Beth Harwell
State Representative Joseph Pitts
State Representative Bill Dunn
State Representative Craig Fitzhugh
State Representative Ryan Williams
It’s time to support legislation that will actually improve education in Tennessee schools.

The Safe Schools bill (HB2641) will empower students to thrive academically by promoting an environment free of harassment. As amended, HB2641 will strengthen bullying prevention training and incident reporting and place the emphasis of schools back on educating students in a safe environment.

Another bill, HB229, provides no meaningful education reform, stigmatizes some students, and creates negative publicity for Tennessee.

Please vote for HB2641 and vote against HB229.

Sincerely,